By Amy Sodaro
via an international comparative process, Amy Sodaro makes use of in-depth case stories of 5 exemplary memorial museums that remember various violent pasts and make allowance for a chronological and worldwide exam of the rage: the USA Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC; the home of Terror in Budapest; the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Rwanda; the Museum of reminiscence and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile; and the nationwide September eleven Memorial Museum in manhattan. jointly, those case stories illustrate the old emergence and international unfold of the memorial museum and convey how this new cultural type of commemoration is meant for use in modern societies world wide.
By Jacquelyn C. Campbell PhD RN FAAN,Jacquelyn C., PhD, RN, FAAN Campbell
This up to date version of the vintage e-book on chance evaluate offers the newest examine in regards to the prediction of interpersonal violence. In transparent and obtainable language, the authors deal with the categorical variables fascinated with the prediction of kid abuse and murder, in addition to intimate companion violence and murder. This variation additionally provides a massive revision of Campbell's ground-breaking intimate associate murder lethality hazard software, the Danger Assessment.
All of the members to this multidisciplinary quantity have confronted the tricky job of assessing the danger of relations violence in a large choice of settings--courts, clinics, shelters, emergency rooms, protecting provider workplaces, faculties, batterer intervention courses, violence prevention courses, and extra. Their mixed adventure in examine and perform makes this an vital source for all clinicians required to make predictions approximately violent behavior.
- Key gains of this re-creation include:
- Coverage of a large breadth of scientific and court docket occasions requiring danger assessments
- A evaluation of the most recent overview instruments
- New findings on predicting deadly baby abuse
- Legal and moral concerns in threat assessment
By Amrita Basu
By Walter S. DeKeseredy,Martin D. Schwartz
By Jon Holtzman
utilizing a multisited, multivocal method of ethnography, Killing Your acquaintances examines how peaceable associates get entangled in deadly violence. It engages with a suite of interlocking case reviews in northern Kenya, targeting sometimes-peaceful, occasionally violent interactions among Samburu herders and neighboring teams, interweaving Samburu narratives of key violent occasions with the narratives of neighboring teams at the different aspect of an analogous encounters. The publication is, on one hand, an ethnography of specific humans in a selected position, vividly portraying the advanced and complicated dynamics of interethnic violence during the lives, phrases and intimate reports of people variously desirous about and laid low with those conflicts. whilst, the publication goals to exploit this actual case research to demonstrate how the dynamics in northern Kenya offers comparative insights to famous, compelling contexts of violence round the globe.
By Charles Tilly
By Sarah Hilder,Vanessa Bettinson
The demanding situations of “joined up” considering throughout those views are obvious because the different definitions, underpinning ideologies, terminologies, the profile of the victim/survivor’s voice and pointed out gaps in carrier provision showing during this e-book illustrate. As a mirrored image at the present financial system, the various views offered inevitably compete instead of supplement one another, a subject the amount highlights and addresses. Achieving a broader figuring out of those matters and insights right into a variety of job during this context is key for either the practitioner and educational alike, no matter what their perspective.
By Cindy D. Ness
This edited quantity presents a window at the many forces that constitution and form why girls and women perform terrorism and militancy, in addition to on how states have come to view, deal with, and strategize opposed to them.
Females who perform terrorist acts have traditionally been visible as mounting a problem to the social order by means of violating traditional notions of gender and tool, and their participation in such acts has tended to be considered as being both as a passive sufferer or a feminist warrior. This quantity seeks to maneuver past those portrayals, to envision the various structuring stipulations that play an element in a woman or woman’s selection to dedicate violence. Amidst the contextual elements informing her involvement, the amount seeks additionally to discover the political organisation of the feminine terrorist or militant. a number of of the articles are in accordance with learn the place authors had direct touch with woman terrorists or militants who dedicated acts of political violence, or with witnesses to such acts.
By Gabe Morales
By Seraphim Seferiades,Hank Johnston